Feature Activation Codes (star codes)

Verizon Wireless Feature Activation Codes

#832 – test call
#PMT (768) – make a payment
#BAL (225) – check current balance and last payment
#MIN (646) – check minute usage
#DATA (3282) – check txt and pic message usage
*611 – customer service
*511 – gives weather and traffic in some areas
*228 – update your Perfered Roamers List or update the software on your Phone (CDMA phones only)
*228 80 – force update, ignore fails
*228 99 – force seconday tower update
*228 00 – original tower update

Feature Codes:
*18–Turn On Follow-Me-Roaming
*19–Turn Off Follow-Me-Roaming

*35–Turn Off Automatic Call Delivery
*350–Turn On Automatic Call Delivery
*67–Caller-ID Blocking
*71+10 digit phone number–Busy/No Answer Call Forwarding
*710–Cancel Busy/No Answer Call Forwarding
*72+10 digit phone number–Call Forwading (All Calls)
*720–Cancel Call Forwarding (All Calls)
*73–Cancel All Call Forwarding
*86(VM)–Voice Mail
*228(ACT)–Activation/Update PRLs
#646(MIN)–Check Minutes Usage
#225(BAL)–Check Balance
#3282(DATA)–Check Text Messages/Data Usage
#768(PMT)–Make a Payment
#832-Verizon Wireless Test Call

Service Numbers (AF-Airtime Free):
#ROAD(7623)–Roadside Assistance (If you subscribe)
#84(VG)–Voice Gear ($0.50 + airtime for each call)
#8899(VZWT)–Verizon Wireless Account Investigation/Tech Support
411–Directory Assistance ($1.25 + airtime for each call)
*24(CG)–Coast Guard Assistance (AF)
*611 or 611–Customer Service (AF)
711–Voice Relay Service (to call TDY/TDD devices) (AF in some places)
911–Local Emergency Services (AF)
0–Local Operator/Emergency Services (in areas where there is no 911)
*226(BAM)–Customer Service (In former Bell Atlantic Mobile markets only) (AF)

Pennsylvania Service Numbers:
*11–Pennsylvania Turnpike Emergency Services (AF)
*DUI(384)–Report a Drunk Driver (AF)
*12–Parkway Emergency (Pittsburgh Only) (AF)
#211–SmarTraveler (Greater Philadelphia only) (AF)

Ohio Service Numbers:
#990–Ohio Turnpike Emergency Services (AF)
*622 Time & Weather (Cleveland Area Only)

*228: ACTIVATION
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*228 (Option 1) – Programming + PRL
*228 (Option 2) – PRL
*22890 – Programming + PRL (Automated)
*22891 – PRL (Automated)
*22899 – Data Reprogramming + Programming + PRL (Automated)
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CALLER ID
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*67 – Block Caller ID (Per Call)
*82 – Unblock Caller ID (Per Call)
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CALL FORWARDING
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*71 [+10 Digit Mobile] – Busy/No Answer Transfer (Calls forwarded only if the line is busy or you do not answer)
*710 – Cancel Busy/No Answer Transfer
*72 [+10 Digit Mobile] – Immediate Call Forwarding (Calls forwarded regardless of status)
*720 – Cancel Immediate Call Forwarding
*73 – Cancel All Call Forwarding
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CUSTOMER SERVICE
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*411/411 – Dir Assistance
*511/511 – Travel/Traffic Info (?)
*611/611 – Customer Service
*711/711 – TTY/TTD/Voice Relay (?)
311 – Non-Emergency Police Calls (?)
911 – Emergency Police Calls
#7623 (ROAD) – Roadside Assistance
#84 (VG) – VoiceGear (Still in use?)
*86 (VM) – Voicemail

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INFORMATIVE
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#3282 (DATA) – Check Data Usage
#646 (MIN) – Check Minute Usage
#225 (BAL) – Check Balance
#768 (PMT) – Make A Payment
#729 (PAY) – Refill Prepaid (?)
#832 (VZW) – Test Call
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UNKNOWN/UNTESTED/MISC
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#777 (SPS?) – Data Session Call
922/923 – GPS Location (?)
#88 – Alternate Voicemail (?)
*77 – Octale Voice Information Processing (?)
*18 – Follow-Me Roaming ON (?)
*19 – Follow-Me Roaming OFF (?)
*350 – Automatic Call Delivery ON (?)
*35 – Automatic Call Delivery OFF (?)
*864 – Voicemail ON (?)
*866 – Voicemail OFF (?)
*** – Marker (Dial this after a dropped call for Voice Technicians to locate when/where the dropped call occured)
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Voicemail

*86 – go to voicemail
1 – Rewind
1-1 – Rewind to beginning of message
2 – Pause
3 – Fast Forward (can be used when leaving a message to get to the beep faster)
3-3 – Fast Forward to end of message
4 – Slower
5 – Envelope Info (date/time message was sent)
6 – Faster
7 – Delete Message
8 – Reply (only works with other Verizon Wireless Voice Mail subscribers in your own area)
9 – Save message
* – Cancel/Exit
0 – Help
# – Finish/Skip

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1 Response

  1. Leanne September 4, 2014 / 1:45 pm

    I have couple extra from the Verizon Fios Digital Voice User Guide (https://www36.verizon.com/fiosvoice/userguide/User_Guide.pdf):

    *31 ON–Caller ID Block all calls
    *32 OFF–Caller ID Block all calls
    *82 OFF per call–Caller ID Block
    *78 ON–Do Not Disturb
    *79 OFF–Do Not Disturb

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